Folks all around the country and even Tulsa are standing in solidarity with the people of Charlottesville.
The man suspected of ramming a car into a crowd of counter demonstrators at a white-nationalist rally, killing one and injuring a dozen others, was facing multiple charges, including second-degree murder.
Kids got free school supplies, haircuts, flu shots and dental checks. The kids even got to pick from new backpacks in their favorite colors.
The Nowata County Sheriff said 12 inmates have been relocated to other jails after a riot Thursday night.
A home invasion in southwest Oklahoma City turned into a deadly shooting early Sunday morning.
The destruction may look overwhelming: torn off roofs, destroyed businesses and debris everywhere. But, a few days has made a difference to the areas hardest hit by the EF2 tornado.
A second person has been arrested by the Claremore Police Department for the home invasion and robbery in May that left 22-year-old Dakota Rex dead.
Some New Jersey newlyweds are looking for a couple who were the life of the party at their wedding reception. The problem is that the couple was not actually invited.
Three men received minor injuries in a crash a little after midnight Sunday north of Broken Arrow, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the 22-year-old driver was speeding before the car left the road and struck a tree.
A thief wiped out a warehouse full of donations for foster children.
Five homes were evacuated as a precaution after a train derailment in Sequoyah County.
The 32-year old woman killed in Charlottesville, Virginia, when a car plowed into a group of protesters has been identified as Heather Heyer, authorities announced Sunday.
Multiple roads were closed Sunday morning due to high waters in Sequoyah County.
The father of contemporary acapella music, Deke Sharon, took the stage at Tulsa Union High School for ACA-Jam Saturday.
A Woodward police detective has been arrested on complaints of child sexual abuse.
Rain chances will be on the decrease during our Sunday, but don’t put the rain gear away just yet.
Checotah Police confiscated a large amount of marijuana overnight that they say was headed for the streets.